• Shakira defends a fan from security during concert

    During a live in Mexico, Shakira and the crowd were surprised by an overeager fan who was somehow able to get past security and jump onstage toward the end of her performance. The way Shakira reacted to the encounter was arguably even more shocking, though. Watch here.
  • Demi Lovato cancels rest of world tour to focus on recovery

    Demi Lovato's Tell Me You Love Me tour dates in Mexico (September) and South America (November) have been scrapped while the singer is in a rehabilitation facility outside of California to regain her sober status. Refunds available beginning Friday (Aug.10).
  • Bay City Rollers singer Alan Longmuir dies aged 70

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    Alan Longmuir, a founding member of the Scottish pop group the Bay City Rollers, which enjoyed huge commercial success in the 1970s, died on Monday in Scotland. He was 70. He had been receiving medical treatment in Edinburgh after being flown home from Mexico, where he fell ill while on vacation.
  • John Legend wants Trump to ‘reunite all these families immediately’

    John Legend denounced U.S. President Donald Trump’s inhumane illegal immigration policy that have seen children forcibly separated from their families at the US-Mexico border. On Twitter, the All Of Me singer asked to "reunite all these families immediately."
  • Coldplay to debut brand new song for ‘Estamos Unidos Mexicanos Concert’

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    'Estamos Unidos Mexicanos Concert' will take place in Mexico City on Oct. 8, to help the reconstruction after recent earthquakes. Coldplay will play a new song, with all benefits that this track generates destined to help relief efforts in Mexico.
  • Salma Hayek and other stars make donations to Mexico

    Salma Hayek is donating $100,000 to UNICEF to help those affected by the fatal earthquake in Mexico that occurred on Tuesday. The actress is not the only celebrity to make donations, also Shakira and Sergio Perez made their contribution.